MPEG Digital Video Coding Standards

@inproceedings{Sikora1997MPEGDV,
  title={MPEG Digital Video Coding Standards},
  author={Thomas Sikora},
  year={1997}
}
Modern image and video compression techniques today offer the possibility to store or transmit the vast amount of data necessary to represent digital images and video in an efficient and robust way. New audio visual applications in the field of communication, multimedia and broadcasting became possible based on digital video coding technology. As manifold as applications for image coding are today, as manifold are the different approaches and algorithms and were the first hardware… CONTINUE READING
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